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Old May 1st, 2017, 08:43 AM   41
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I don't want to make a fuss - the teachers aren't in the habit of doing this - I think they're just particularly fed up with my daughter! I know boys have done it in their boxers before - but they treat that as a bit of a joke, and boys' underwear isn't as skimpy as girls', so there has never been any fuss when that's happened.
I wouldn't have thought there were any cameras around. Anyway, there's nothing stopping kids using cameras in the changing rooms if that were the case!



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Old May 1st, 2017, 13:05 PM   42
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I wasn't going to make a fuss - my daughter wasn't really bothered. I was a bit surprised that it would happen these days (it used to happen when I was a kid), and to be honest perhaps it might teach her a lesson for being such a pain in PE
Not sure if this has been mentioned yet, but sure it didn't bother your kid (that's great) but what if the kid had been a victim of sexual abuse or something? This is definitely a child protection issue. Another kid could have photographed her or anything. I'm not an overprotective parent in the slightest, but tbh this is one of the worst school related incidents I have read on here. I'm also a teacher so I know a bit about the legislation which school staff should follow and this definitely falls way below the standards expected. Report it, for the safety of other children.
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I don't want to make a fuss - the teachers aren't in the habit of doing this - I think they're just particularly fed up with my daughter! I know boys have done it in their boxers before - but they treat that as a bit of a joke, and boys' underwear isn't as skimpy as girls', so there has never been any fuss when that's happened.
I wouldn't have thought there were any cameras around. Anyway, there's nothing stopping kids using cameras in the changing rooms if that were the case!
It was a mixed class?? Jeez. Like the previous poster said it may not bother your daughter but it could be a serious issue for another child.

Standard practice if a child forgets their pe kit is either to get them to do it in the clothes they have on (take off tie, undo shirt buttons, take off heels and go barefoot if needed) . Or, give them 3 strikes then stay issuing punishment exercises etc.



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It was a mixed class?? Jeez. Like the previous poster said it may not bother your daughter but it could be a serious issue for another child
Yes, it was a mixed class. I don't think it'll happen to another child as it only happened to my daughter because she is a serial offender! And I'm sure that what happened to my daughter will put others off doing the same anyway



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It was a mixed class?? Jeez. Like the previous poster said it may not bother your daughter but it could be a serious issue for another child
Yes, it was a mixed class. I don't think it'll happen to another child as it only happened to my daughter because she is a serial offender! And I'm sure that what happened to my daughter will put others off doing the same anyway
Some kids don't "forget" their gym kit. Some kids parents are addicts or alcoholics and are neglectful. Some kids don't have PE kits. I honestly wouldn't realise the issues that kids face every day if I wasn't a teacher. It's sadly more common than you might think.



 
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It was a mixed class?? Jeez. Like the previous poster said it may not bother your daughter but it could be a serious issue for another child
Yes, it was a mixed class. I don't think it'll happen to another child as it only happened to my daughter because she is a serial offender! And I'm sure that what happened to my daughter will put others off doing the same anyway
Some kids don't "forget" their gym kit. Some kids parents are addicts or alcoholics and are neglectful. Some kids don't have PE kits. I honestly wouldn't realise the issues that kids face every day if I wasn't a teacher. It's sadly more common than you might think.
Exactly. I've had to organise pe kits or parts of school uniforms before for kids that just don't have them.

I'm really very shocked by this. What would the teacher have done if the student had on extremely revealing underwear?



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A teacher made a 14 year old strip to her knickers in front of the class??? ?????? !
And you are in the UK? Am I actually reading this right? Seriously not OK.



 
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1. I would be complaining about doing PE in her underwear. That is a serious safeguarding issue.

2. I hated PE, I hate competitive games as I am just no good at it. There is no denying how crap I am at sports! Tbh if I had a daughter and she took after me, I would have no issues writing her regular notes to miss PE. I don't understand why it is forced. As an adult I found exercise I enjoy, I'd just find something she enjoys (Zumba, aerobics, dance) and just encourage that out of school and lay off the PE.



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I think its a bit overdramatic calling it a safeguarding issue! I'll just try and persuade her to make sure she takes her kit in future.



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I think its a bit overdramatic calling it a safeguarding issue! I'll just try and persuade her to make sure she takes her kit in future.
It unfortunately isn't over dramatic. An adult asking a child to strip to their underwear (regardless of the gender of the adult) is never okay.



 
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